Scenic is probably one of the best known models around the world and especially in Europe since it is largely associated with mediocre lifestyle. Since it was created back in 1996 the compact MPV soon became extremely famous and for exactly twenty years, Renault has managed to produce three generations of it. Note that it has been sold in nearly 5 million units already, and like it or not it is constantly being resold on the “second-hand” market.
Despite of the wish of many for the immediate
Renault has presented several Limited Special Edition models including Megane Hatchback, Coupe and Sports Tourer as well as Scenic and Grand Scenic. All of them come with a number of nice extras including panoramic sunroof, tinted windows and tailgate.
The new versions boast around £1,000 worth of extra equipment, for half the price, when compared to the already well-equipped Dynamique TomTom varieties on which they are based.
Some of the extras include rear parking sensors, special Li
Renault has announced the new 2013 Lounge Limited Edition available for the Scenic and Grand Scenic Facelift models.
The upper-spec model is based on the ZEN trim level and includes , cruise control with speed-limiter, dual-zone climate control, electronic parking brake, automatic rain and light sensors, in-dash connected Renault R-Link multimedia tablet complete with European mapping, video system built into the back of the front head rests (DVD, USB port, SD card port, two seven-inch sc
Renault has announced the new 2013 Scenic and Grand Scenic Limited. The practical family vehicles will go on sale this June and pricing starts at €19,990.
The Limited models are based on the Expression trim package.
Its attractive look has been enhanced thanks to the fitment of 16” dark metal Eptius alloy wheels, body colour side protective mouldings, extra-tinted rear glass and dark metal door mirror housings, not to mention longitudinal roof bars in the case of 7-Seat Grand Scenic. T
Finally Renault has announced the initial details for the freshly improved and remade Scénic and Grand Scénic models for 2012. Their UK launch will be next February. The brand new refreshed model will include sharper designs, numerous equipment enhancements and more importantly a debut of two impressive downsized engines.
Scenic 2012 obviously aims at contemporary lines with a sharper look. After the summer of 2009, when the two-models of the new Scénic line-up with fluid lines and generous i
Renault Grand Scenic 1.6 dCi Stop & Start is one of the best MPVs currently available on the market. The vehicle offers seven seats, superb comfort, extremely efficient diesel engine and a lot of goodies to satisfy even the most demanding customers.
The state-of-the-art 1.6 liter common-rail diesel produces 130BHP (96 kW) and 300Nm (220 lb-ft) of torque. 0 to 100 km/h in 9.2 seconds and top speed of 195 km/h (121 mph) and all that performance at low price. The vehicle achieves 64.2mpg on
Renault has announced a new state-of-the-art 1.6-litre 130hp “Energy” diesel engine with just awesome results. It powers the Scenic and Grand Scenic, pricing starts at just £20 900 OTR. The cars also come with Dynamique TomTom.
The 1.6 litre dCi delivers 130PS (96 kW) at 4000RPM and 320Nm (237 lb-ft) at just 1750RPM. But the power is not everything! The new engine returns 64.2 mpg and emits just 115 g/km of CO2. An impressive results, which reflect not only on your pocket for fuel, but the ta
Renault customers benefit from a choice of two MPVs which each have their own distinctive personalities. Scenic and Grand Scenic both feature taut, fluid lines that sweep across the generously-proportioned body panels to exude a sense of dynamism and robustness. Yet while the design of both versions shares an undeniable family likeness with the Megane’s other models, their profiles are quite different.
Like Megane Coupe, Scenic features a central grille flanked by satin-effect chrome finish a
Renault has unveiled a new electric car prototype that loads Nissan's fuel cell technology and lithium-ion batteries onto the popular Grand Scenic medium minivan.
The French carmaker says the Scenic ZEV H2 project is part of wider, continuing efforts with its Japanese alliance partner to develop and bring to market a range of zero-emission vehicles.
Renault engineers redesigned the Scenic's floor and raised its ground clearance by 60mm to accommodate Nissan's fuel-cell stack, a high-pressu
Scenic Conquest has been designed to help owners make the most of their leisure time. Its rugged front and rear styling resembles that of an off-roader.
With its raised ride height and strengthened suspension, the chassis has been adapted to suit all kinds of terrain. Renault Scenic Conquest is available with a choice of 2.0 16V 135hp petrol or 1.9 dCi 130hp diesel power (plus, in some markets, the 1.6 16V 110hp petrol and 1.5 dCi 105hp diesel).
Its extensive range of standard equipment in